Outsourcer\'s messages notification by email.
Thread poster: Rossana Triaca

Rossana Triaca  Identity Verified
Uruguay
Local time: 22:25
Member (2002)
English to Spanish
Aug 6, 2002

After I bade on a project, the outsourcer attached a message to my bid for which I had no notification at all, hence looking unprofessional by answering several days later, since one does not wander into the job bidding history page too often.



I have seen the option to add a note to one\'s bid and then check the \"Notify outsourcer by email\" or similar box, but does it work the same way on the reverse?

(i.e., the outsourcer can choose to notify of notes by email or not). How come it is not automatic? When would we bidders *not* want to be notified instantly?



Thanks all for the time,

Rossana (who is now looking twice a day to her bidding history...)


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